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Mason Big Cat Catfish Line

   

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  • SKU: 637415

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  • SKU: 637429

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  • SKU: 637432

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  • SKU: 637437

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  • Perfect for fighting big, powerful catfish
  • Braided nylon
  • Low-stretch
  • Water-resistant
  • >
  • 150 yards spool
  • Color: Natural

This braided nylon Big Cat Catfish Line by Mason is perfect for the serious angler who likes fighting big, powerful cats. This easy-handling, low-stretch Big Cat Catfish Line is excellent for still fishing and trolling. Line is water-resistant to prevent mildew. 150 yards spool. Color: Natural.

Rated 4.4 out of 5 by 13 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Tough Line Good tough braided line. I have it spooled on my ABU. Also makes great drops for a trot line. July 17, 2013
Rated 2 out of 5 by Fishing line This line is way too thick for most freshwater reels. There are much better lines that are thinner and easier to work with October 9, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by Great line! I used this line for bank lines while fishing for catfish and snapping turtles. Caught 20 Lb snapper on it, never stood a chance with this line its so tough. Don't know how well it would work on a rod though because of the thickness. I will definetly use it again for making trot lines and bank lines. June 15, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by Great line Bought two spools of the 36# Mason Line at the Overland Park, Ks store last year, also on sale. Just looked like it make a good leader, which is what I use it for. I like it as a leader for it's suppleness. I've just ordered two more spools, but upgraded to the 45#, which wasn't on hand when I made my last purchase. A spool is not quite long enough for drift Catfishing on Milford Lake, and leaving enough back up line for a "Big One". Biggest Bluecat caught this year was an 80 pounder. Not huge, but big for this lake. As a stated, for me, as a leader, it can't be beat. June 21, 2011
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I was planning on using it as a main line and have a flourocarbon leader. Any suggestions?
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Go for it!!!
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i believe this line is made in middle Michigan..i have used their mono with good results..main line a swivel then 2or 3 ft of fluoro..the swivel will help prevent twists..or a snapswivel with a 3/4or1oz sinker on it then 3or 4 inches of flouro and your hook..
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not to many weights to choose from but the weights you need they have ,,30# 40#and 50# i believe....i don,t even know if it matters that you use flouro or not..catfish just want to eat,they don,t care how it is served..
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All of it!
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I would go with the 18pound now it should be the same thickness. This is thick line especially when u go 50pd and above
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No - it was not meant to replace mono and should not be used for that.
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Its thicker. =)
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NO NO NO it is alot thicker 50 times thicker than spider wire.
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I just got this line and I was wondering if all braided line looked so much like string, because the fish can just tell that the line is there cant they? I read that a 45 pound line is good for bass fishing using topwater equipment? Please help me out I dont really know if I got the right thing.
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Braided line is known for having no stretch. It is also known for having a smaller diameter than fluorocarbon and monofiliment but having high breaking strength for the said diameter.
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sort of.. yes and no..braid with a stiff mono or flouro leader woyld be okay..that way the lure would not wa;lk up on the braid and tangle
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More or less - some is a tighter braid and some is made from tougher man-made material but pretty much all of it looks like string if you look at it closely.
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There is no reason at all you need 45pound sting for bass fishing at the most 20 pound you need to set ur drag so that your line don't break set it so that you can just be able to pull it out a little bit with out breaking your line.You want it so if the fish take off on a run it will take your line out not break it. Not all braided line are the same and the thickness varies. Braided line is made for open face reels to not closed. Spider wire is thin but strong line. Fire wire is the same. But the bad part is after a month or two it starts falling a part. Gets Stringy I dont recommend it Mason Big Cat line doesn't fall apart it But it is thicker. If you are worried about the fish seeing it Use a Steel Leader at the end of ur line. Steel is strong and thinner.
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Yes to some extent all braid does, now, thinner braid, will look less like it, however, the 45# braid for bass, is just way to heavy, I bass fish most of the days of the year, well over 250 days a year, im out bass fishing, and honestly, for top water, you could use a 25# braid, but if you're going to go with mono, i would reccomend no more than 17#, cause, it will get too thick, and as another reviewer said, catfish arent line shy like bass, so it doesnt matter if you use the heavier # test
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Well most braids look like string of some time simply because thats what they are. Heavy line is good for bass if you are fishing in very heavy cover like lillypads or hydrilla. With that being said catfish are not line shy and will bite on any hook regardless of the string. Bass however are line shy and you will have much better luck with 25 lbs clear mono. If it is a braid that you are after for bass then this is the wrong stuff. They do have thinner braids like spiderwire that will work better for you.
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